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How long do you have to be drinking to cause the affects of chronic alcohol abuse?

Addictive Disease. Dr. Nora volkow, head of the natl. Institute for drug abuse describes an addiction as a: brain disease, which causes a person to engage in a behaviors which may lead to dire consequences, the person knows that, but continues the behaviors. It is possible to be addicted to food, gambling, sex, drug or alcohol. Chronic alcohol abuse can adversely affect every organ in the body except kidneys. Read more...

I have liver disease from alcohol abuse and did quit. I started drinking beer. Now I have blood in my urine. What could be wrong?

Step-by-step. Here's a way to evaluate your urine issue before you see a doctor - but that's what will give you a clear answer. http://www.drugs.com/symptom/blood-in-the-urine-in-men-1.html Also - please realize that beer counts as alcohol. And, if you drink lots, it counts as a lot of it. Liver disease can darken urine, but it's not the likely cause of red blood. Hope it's nothing big. Be well. Read more...
Bladder or kidney. The bleeding could be from from the kidneys or the bladder. Make sure you go see your doctor for evaluation as soon as possible. Read more...

Can psychosis happen from a week of alcohol abuse 6 days of drinking till black out with very little sleep and one meal a day only and paranoia?

Alcohol abuse. Why would you even do something like this??? - Yes - binge drinking to point of blacking out without sleep and little food intake is a recipe for all kinds of problems including pychosis and acute alcohol poisoning, death and if you recover - possible seizures and possible delerium tremons HIGHLY RECOMMMENDED that you NOT do this or repeat this crazy stunt. Read more...